The Commission may undertake investigations in other Member States of the same type as that carried out in the Wanadoo case.
Background High-speed Internet access allows download speeds ten times faster than those possible with low-speed Internet access.
A second case management conference took place on 4 June 2004.
A third case management conference took place on 2 August 2004 during which the Tribunal gave a judgment on case management issues.
A fourth case management conference took place on 10 September 2004 and was adjourned until 9 December 2004.
From January 2001 to September 2002, Wanadoo's market share rose from 46% to 72%, on a market which saw more than a five-fold increase in its size over the same period.
At the end of the period during which the abuse was committed, no competitor held more than 10% of the market, and Wanadoo's main competitor had seen its market share tumble.
One ADSL service provider (Mangoosta) went out of business in August 2001.
Wanadoo's policy was deliberate, since the company was fully aware of the level of losses which it was suffering and of the legal risks associated with the launch of its e Xtense service.
According to in-house company documents, the company was still expecting at the beginning of 2002 to continue selling at a loss in 20.